Every Valentine’s Day I face a dilemma. My wife is allergic to flowers. Roses are a nice gesture, but usually result in sneezing. Last year I wanted to find a hypoallergenic solution that would also be an undeniably Valentines-esque gift.
I have fond childhood memories of going out for lunch after Sunday church to Dale’s (Duff’s) Smorgasbord in Gallipolis, OH. To me the coolest thing wasn’t the rotating buffet but the salad bar. On the salad bar they had alfalfa sprouts. Being a weird kid the preferred vegetables over sweets, I would always pile my plate high with alfalfa sprouts and those little ears of corn. As a kid, I always wondered how those sprouts were grown.
Air plants make great accent pieces for any room. Like all houseplants, they bring a bit of the outdoor inside. Air plants offer an easy way to reconnect with nature.
So if you’re looking for the perfect plant for your Avalon hideaway, groovy little hippie pad, or ninja shack, look no further than the ZZ Plant.
Last week we talked about ways you can reconnect with nature in 2019. One of the ways you can reconnect is to bring the outdoors inside. Over the next few weeks we’re going to look at unique projects and plants to keep your indoor spaces a green, lush oasis.